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Athletes take notes from Olympians at Pepperdine's water polo camp
Everett Rowden passes the ball Friday, June 21, during a scrimmage held to cap the water polo camp at Pepperdine University. Photos by Stephanie Chaisson/Surfside News
Former Olympians and Pepperdine University coaches Terry Schroeder (left) and Merrill Moses lead the Malibu water polo camp, which is to have two more sessions this summer.
Dmitry Gorozhankin (right) attempts to make a goal against Gray Carson at the Malibu water polo camp on Friday, June 21.
Coach Marko Asic (left) and assistant coach Hannah Coelho speak to their campers during the water polo camp at Pepperdine University.
Coach McKenzie Beardsley directs her players during the water polo camp at Pepperdine University.
Camper Anna Sloan attempts to make a goal Friday, June 21, during a scrimmage.
Multiple water polo scrimmages take place as the first weeklong session of camp wraps up Friday, June 21, at Pepperdine University.
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